Alternatives to Teaching

Every once in a while an intern gets through his/her student teaching and decides that classroom teaching is not for them. And guess what, that’s OK! If this is how you’re feeling, read on.

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Being Financially Savvy After MSU

Now that you have accepted, are getting ready to accept, or will soon be making a decision on a new job, there is so much to learn when it comes to financial planning. Whether it’s investing in a 401K, paying off student loans, or buying a new house or car, you need to be smart with your money.

MSUFCU has some great resources for young professionals that are available – for free –  to both members and nonmembers. Learn from financial experts how to more efficiently pay off your loans, create a useful budget, or determine your credit score. Financial 4.0 offers free, useful, and relevant financial tools to young alumni online or via app.

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Want to get a head start on planning for your first year in the “adult world”? Try this article: Planning for Post-Grad Life.